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    AM all the time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SactoSport View Post
    AM all the time...
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    Proper. Good show old boy, good show. Pip pip.

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    D Bone, my Mason sits pretty upright...but that also depends on the cockpit. Short Stems and wide bars keeps you close to the attack position, just get off/drop the seat.

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    AM-Hardtail Galery


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    am ss

    My Carver 420 single speed.
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    Hey teamdicky, is that Farlow? Good pic.
    "I've breathed the mtn air, man" Johnny Cash

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    teamdicky - any more pics?

    Here's mine.....an 18" Ragley Big Wig, 140mm Fox 34's, Reverb, 1x10 etc


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    Quote Originally Posted by funnyjr View Post
    That looks really cool. What is it?

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    On-One Parkwood
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    AM-Hardtail Gallery-1779116_10153336112747814_2369450167405569354_n.jpg
    Chromag Surface first production run frame
    FOX 36 FLOAT RC2 lowered
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    She tries really hard to be AM

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    Hey PUNKY - what's that frame?

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    Chromag Surface S/M size from the first production run. Which is now just a medium

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    Yeti BigTop!

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    140mm Pike w/15mm axle, XT Brakes, 1x9: SRAM XX1 (28T), SLX RD (12-36T), KS dropper post, WTB wheels w/ 142x12 axle.

    Awesome ride for a few years now. I want more tire clearance and sloped top tube so I see a Trans AM or a QuarterHorse in the near future. Advice is welcome in this regard.

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    Yeti BigTop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurthang View Post
    ... I want more tire clearance and sloped top tube so I see a Trans AM or a QuarterHorse in the near future. Advice is welcome in this regard.
    I have a Transition TransAM 29. Check out my post CroMo HT frames with slacker geometry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurthang View Post
    Awesome ride for a few years now. I want more tire clearance and sloped top tube so I see a Trans AM or a QuarterHorse in the near future. Advice is welcome in this regard.
    Not sure on budget, but also look at the Chromag Rootdown, Surface and maybe the Honzo as well

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    Here's my new steed, 2Souls Quarter Horse. Bars were a bit too high (as I expected), so I have some flat bars on the way.





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    Looking pretty dang decent there Highly suggest you just flip that stem, throw a spacer under and call it Wally I actually prefer zero or flipped stems, hate to have a stem pointing skywards, also allows you to keep the steerer tube longer, just in case.

    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousjunky View Post
    Here's my new steed, 2Souls Quarter Horse. Bars were a bit too high (as I expected), so I have some flat bars on the way.
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    I flipped the stem on it yesterday, will run it that way until the flat bar gets here. I will more than likely swap out to a zero rise stem shortly as well, trying to nail down length before I purchase one though.
    "I ride to clear my head, my head is clearer when I'm riding SS. Therefore, I choose to ride SS."~ Fullrange Drew

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    So here it is fully built and first ride today, love this bike.
    2012 Trans am 29er
    Fork: 2015 Fox 36 150mm
    Seat dropper: Fox DOSS
    Wheels: Crank brothers Iodine 2
    Tires: Rear Nobby Nic29x2.35, front: Hans dampf 29x2.35
    Crankset: Shimano XT (WolfTooth 30T)
    Shifter: Shimano XT I spec B
    R.derailleur: Shimano XT
    Pedals: Shimano XT Trail
    Brakes & Rotors: Shimano XT 180mm front and rear
    Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36
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    where do you get the 2Souls Quarterhorse in the US?

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    I think you have to get it directly from 2souls. Much like Canfield bros.

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    Just realized I can finally be a part of this thread. Here's my Canfield EPO


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    [QUOTE=Skeeter97;12116645]Just realized I can finally be a part of this thread. Here's my Canfield EPO

    Woah. I was thinking of posting pics of my Yelli on here but who will notice with this baby on there. Could I coax you in to giving a thorough ride report. Particularly in comparison to other AMHTs if you have experience w/ others. I love my Yelli and I can only imagine how great the EPO must be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonbek View Post
    where do you get the 2Souls Quarterhorse in the US?
    You do have to order direct from 2Souls. I picked mine up used from someone else in the US.
    "I ride to clear my head, my head is clearer when I'm riding SS. Therefore, I choose to ride SS."~ Fullrange Drew

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    [QUOTE=kalroot;12117164]
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    Just realized I can finally be a part of this thread. Here's my Canfield EPO

    Woah. I was thinking of posting pics of my Yelli on here but who will notice with this baby on there. Could I coax you in to giving a thorough ride report. Particularly in comparison to other AMHTs if you have experience w/ others. I love my Yelli and I can only imagine how great the EPO must be.
    The only other slack'ish hardtail I've ridden was a Stache, so nothing great for comparison sake. However before the EPO I had a Fuel EX 9 so I can at least compare it to that. I was expecting the EPO to be a much more efficient climber and it really is, but what took me by surprise is how much better it handles the downhill duties. I'm able to plow through stuff just as much as on the full squish bike, without skipping a beat. I don't know how to explain it, but it really is a smooth and fast ride even in the rough stuff, doesn't feel like a hardtail whatsoever. I've done everything from lift assisted downhill riding to climbing heavy XC style trails and it has excelled in everything I've thrown at it so far. Every section of trail I've ridden so far I have set a new PR, and I'm still getting familiar with it. The awesome geometry coupled with the carbon frame really make it a smooth riding bike, and fun!! I truly believe this could be the one bike quiver I've been looking for.

    They really hit it out of the park with this one, and I really wish it would get more attention/press than what I've seen so far. If you're debating getting one I would say just go for it, I can't imagine anyone could ever be disappointed in this ride. There is an thread dedicated to the EPO where a guy does a direct comparison with his Yelli Screamy that would be worth checking out


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    Do you have a link for that comparison?

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    Not sure if this will work but here's the thread
    Canfield Brothers EPO Carbon 29er


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    Thanks Skeeter97. Enjoy that beast.

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    new beast...and its just that, a purple people eater....

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    My Nimble 9 has been amazing as a singlespeed for the better part of a year, but after selling my enduro race bike recently, I moved its XX1 drivetrain and carbon wheels over to the N9. While not as comfortable in the rough stuff, it's still a blast to ride and freakishly capable.

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    My parkwood.






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    2015 Dartmoor Hornet AM/FR
    Renthal Duo + Fatbar Lite Carbon RockShox Reverb 100mm
    WTB Volt Comp
    X-Fusion Slant 160mm
    WTB KOM i25 650b
    Dartmoor Revolt Pro hubs 15mm + 132x12
    Shimano SLX brakes 180mm front + 160mm rear
    Shimano SLX cranks
    Reven N/W 32t chainring
    YBN gold ti-chain
    Sunrace 11-42 10speed cogs
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25 Snakeskin TLE front Maxxis Ardent 2.25
    Cateye Stealth 50 + Bontrager speed + cadence sensor
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    Weight 25.75 lbs (11.68 kg)

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    2016 Honzo ST.

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    Only three rides but I'm loving it so far

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    kona unit 2014

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    Vassago verhauens anywhere?

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    Inbred 29er?? What length travel you running?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross1200 View Post
    Inbred 29er?? What length travel you running?


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    kona unit 2014 with RS REBA RL 100mm fork, maybe will adjust to 120mm next service

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